The 94-mile path of the Devil's River carves through massive limestone cliffs and traverses the plains of southwest Texas until it empties into the Amistad Reservoir. Along its route, this plus-or-minus 277 acre encampment boasts over 900 feet of river frontage, offering kayaking, fishing, swimming, and hunting on a beautiful piece of Texas.
The property is located in eastern Val Verde County, approximately 30 miles north of Del Rio, as the crow flies, and is accessed via a county road behind a locked gated entry.
A recently-improved two-bedroom, one-bath home overlooks the river and features rock patios and a grotto-style pool. An equipment barn offers storage for ranch gear. A water well provides drinking water to the house.
The waterway is a short walk down the hill, and the beautiful blue-green waters of the Devil's River provide opportunities for kayaking, fishing, and swimming.
The land is located within one of the first Dark Sky Heritage areas in Texas, with incredible views during daylight and darkness.
Native game roam the land, including species such as whitetail, javelina, and wild turkeys. Species such as ibex, aoudad, and others are also prevalent.
This remote but inviting environment in southwest Texas is available for private showings by contacting Duperier Texas Land Man. For a family retreat, hunting encampment, or fishing outpost, this property on the Devil's River is sure to arouse the sense of adventure in all who visit.